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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by E.L.Co, Sep 4, 2009.
How bad was the truck?
no i drove it home with a snapped tie rod and the tire sideways, sobered up and turned my self in
yea me 2 but it never happens....it happend the night after i got back from my dads funeral and i was quite distraught i have since learned how to cope with my inner demons in a healthier manner. i plead the young dumb and troubled amendment. i have since matured and now lay off the booze and try to grow my business as my familys welfare depends upon it.
my insurance fixed the damn thing for 17 grand instead of totaling it out. i owed less than that. i am reminded each day of that night and would hate to regret filling lawnsite in on that wreck and perhaps discourage drunk driving if the ending result is ridicule
Yikes dude, I just read your story thread, wow your in a tough position. It sounds like you hopefully learned your lesson, alcohol can destroy families. Keep working hard, sounds like you have a pretty good biz going for your age! That's a sick chevy btw!! I have a 6.0 too, I love mine, but the gas mileage does suck. Keep up the good work, good luck to you and your family! Let me know if your ever up in my neck of the woods.
little jungle taming for a realtor client
and my guys havin a little fun with the dingo i picked up last night for a backyard grading issue. might have to install 200 ft of french drain if a new grade wont fix it. ill keep you posted with some pics
thank you sir, and you are very right about the drinking i love my truck too but hell yeah it guzzles i put 30 bucks in it a day. where are you out of?
$30 a day?!
30 bucks a day.....it must not sit still very much.
THanks, ya I'm out of Edina MN. Suburb of Minneapolis, about 20 minutes from downtown.